Rue is one of the oldest and garden plants cultivated for medicinal use introduced in England by the Romans, much used by the Ancients Used in small amounts rue can ease headaches, especially those caused by nervous tension. The leaves can be applied externally in poultice form to relieve sciatica.
RUE SEEDS,R (Ruta graveolens) Also Known As,common rue herb-of-grace , Organic
Rue (ruta graveolens) is a "medicinal" herb bush originally from the Balkans. When ingested, it is poisonous (sometimes lethally). It also causes minor irritation to the skin when touched. But its blueish leaves and bright yellow flowers are nonetheless lovely! Read some comments on the photo link and this pag (http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/hort/consumer/poison/Ruta_gr.htm) before planting this beautiful creature!
Rue (Ruta Graveolens) - Ce sous-arbrisseau est cultivé surtout pour son beau feuillage bleu-vert persistant. Sa floraison jaune est assez insignifiante. Une fois bien installé, il peut résister un mois sans arrosage. Retaillez-la régulièrement pour lui conserver un port arrondi, compact et un jeune feuillage bien coloré.
Ruta graveolens Rue, known as the Herb of Grace, is a native of the Mediterranean region. It is a wonderful ornamental plant for herb gardening. This herb plant has a nice mounding habit and small, very pungent evergreen leaves. Tiny yellow flowers grow above the attractive foliage. Rue will work nicely in an herb garden as well as a rock garden. During the Middle Ages, Europeans believed in the magical powers of this medicinal herb